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In order to record Persian leopard individuals within the Iranian zoos, the Iranian Cheetah Society (ICS) cooperates with EAZA/EEP Persian Leopard which is held by Alwetter Zoo in Germany to update
 December 2007- Islamic council of five main villages inside Bafq Protected Area are organizing to train the shepherds and villagers about the critically Asiatic cheetah. These target settlements have been selected due to their vicinity to the cheetah habitat...
A young leopard which came inside a village probably in search for food in Mazandaran province, northern Iran, was anesthetized and captured by the Iranian Department of the Environment (DoE) in September 2008. The animal was trapped inside a...
An adult Persian leopard was photographed on late March in Birk Protected Area, near the Iran-Pakistan border. The area has been one of the main habitats in southeastern country where it was supposed to be a leopard refuge. Meanwhile,...
August 2009- The third cheetah will be held on August 31 in Iran. Proposed by the Iranian Cheetah Society (ICS), the event has been organized in order to draw the Iranian community's attention toward the endangered status of the...
Two cheetah statues were built in Bafq, central Iran. Opened by the city religious leader at the entrance square of the city, a crowd of local and national high-ranked people, local community representatives and common people participated in the...
Finally, an adult Persian leopard was captured by camera traps in main core of Birk Protected Area in Iranian Baluchestan. The adult male was photo trapped on late May 2009 in southeastern Iran, close to Pakistan border. According to...
Mohammad Farhadinia was awarded the 2009 Future for Nature Award at the Burger Zoo, Arnhem (Netherlands). Mohammad was selected due to his efforts on behalf of the cheetah and the leopard in Iran. The award was presented by Sir...
The first encyclopedia of the Iranian wildlife was published by Talaee Publication Co. with close scientific cooperation of the Iranian Cheetah Society (ICS). Focused on the Iranian vertebrates, this colorful handbook was published in 367 pages in May 2009...
A one-day training workshop was held in the Iranian Cheetah Society (ICS) in order to share the latest findings of leopard research efforts with volunteers and members and educate them to be involved in Year of Leopard activities. The workshop was held in the ICS Activity Center in Tehran.